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2004 Ford Freestar LX SportReview
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Owning A Van Sucks!!! — I must confess, this was not my chioce of a family car, but my hubby thought a van would be better for the family. Its okay, but I'm a more SUV kinda gal.

Pros: Lots of room, comforable.

Cons: So hard on gas its crazy!!!  Hate vans! Need it for the kids!

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Reviews From Other Years

2007 Ford Freestar Reviews

Great Family Van! Dvd Entertainment For Kids. By Cars25c

This van has been great for us. We have used it on vacations, long trips, everyday driving, etc. We always got great mileage with it, kept the kids entertained with the DVD player. We had room for our... Read More

Never Again Ford By iyamcrazy

the car randomly caught fire at 41,000 miles but ford would not help ,me and i lost 18,000 bcuz of it i could have been killed or me n the kids for that matter they had not a care in the world Read More

2006 Ford Freestar Reviews

Will Hope They Keep This Line So I Will Be Able To Purchase Another In The Future By Dave

The 3.5 L engine with the 6 speed transmission provides the perfect combination of power and fuel economy. The appearance grows on you once you feel the ride and handling and the interior is the most... Read More

Loving The Experience Of My Minivan By magsey

I love the handling of my minivan and haven't had any problems, but I would have liked to get better mileage, I get 19.2 miles to the gallon which isn't very good. One thing I love that I didn't think... Read More

2005 Ford Freestar Reviews

Solid, Reliable, Non-nonsense Minivan By knobonk

The steering, braking, and 4.2L engine work to give to give this van a solid feel and good handling. The front seats are firm, but comfortable, even for long trips...rear seats however are a little l... Read More

A Compromise By StreetCop

I bought this vehicle replacing a full size van. I thought a mini-van would get better milage without compromising the convenience of a full size van. Towing--rated at 3500#, it does OK. Fuel Econo... Read More

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